he said, look. >> i waited. i went to prep for an interview and it turned out it was just a public open house or anyone could walk in. waited an hour and a half and finally put to the manager until the my story, tell them about work force when he said that he really communicates with workforce one. he said they never call him, never asking questions. and i asked how the people that they send? of the people you want to hire and he said no. >> the fact is that welfare caseloads are 360,000 to as low as it was in 1965. that is because we have a work requirement in new york city. john: that is absolutely great, but i still think of your 15,000 employees, and we're talking about an employment, there is some of it, but if the soviet union. >> we do a lot more than just cash assistance. bright public health insurance, no protective services, child-support enforcement which goes after deadbeat dads to make sure they pay. recollected $700 million for families. $200 million from on cs to be on welfare, so it's a big agency.